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HATFIELD PUBLIC LIBRARY 

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National News — 1966 



1. Vaulting to New Heights— University of Southern California 
pole vaulter Bob Seagren sails over the bar at 17 feet 5% 
inches to set a new world's record at the Fresno Relays. 

2. Say Hey— -On April 24th, Willie Mays of the San Francisco 
Giants hit his 511th career home run to tie the all-time 
National League record of Mel Ott. Willie's history-making 
shot traveled 415 feet into the left field seats. 

3. Walt Disney Dies— On December 15th, famed movie maker 
Walt Disney passed away due to acute circulatory collapse. 
Shown here with one of his more famous characters, "Mickey 
Mouse", Disney leaves behind a legacy of fantasy and dreams 
which has thrilled hundreds of millions of children and adults 
all over the world. 



4. Moon Photo Assembled— On August 19th, Dr. Lawrence 
Rowan described this remarkable high resolution photograph 
of the surface of the moon to newsmen and scientists at the 
Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. The pic- 
ture was made by assembling 87 framelets taken from the 
Lunar Orbiter satellite and relayed back to earth. 

5. 1966 Oscar Winners— On April 18th, all moviedom ap- 
plauded these four stars at the Annual Academy presentation 
ceremony. From the left, Lee Marvin— best actor for "Cat 
Ballou"; British star Julie Christie— best actress for "Darling"; 
Shelley Winters— best supporting actress for "A Patch of Blue"; 
and Martin Balsam— best supporting actor for "A Thousand 
Clowns". 

6. Artificial Heart Implant— On April 21st, the medical world 
was electrified when it learned that Dr. Michael DeBakey 

(left), Baylor University Medical School heart surgeon, had 
successfully implanted an artificial heart in Marcel L. De- 
Rudder at Methodist Hospital in Houston, Texas. Mr. De- 
Rudder later died of a ruptured left lung, though it was 
reported that the implant was a success. 





7. Photograph Reaches New Heights— This photograph was 
taken from an altitude of 475 miles during the Gemini 10 
space flight of astronauts John W. Young and Michael Collins 
in July of 1966. Gibraltar appears in the upper right. 

8. Surprised Miss America— Pretty 19-year-old Jan Jayroe, Miss 
Oklahoma, expresses surprise and happiness in the same 
gesture upon learning that she was Miss America 1967. 

9. Pat and Luci— Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Nugent walk down 
steps of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception 
in Washington on August 6th following the wedding of Nugent 
and the daughter of President Lyndon B. Johnson. 

10. Strikeout King Retires— Lefthander Sandy Koufax of the 
Los Angeles Dodgers announced on November 18th that he 
was retiring from baseball due to an arthritic elbow. Winner 
of the Cy Young Award three times, Koufax set an all-time 
record of 382 strikeouts during the 1965 season. 





11. Speaks Up For GOP— Senate Minority Leader Everett Dirk- 
sen answered President Johnson's accusations that the GOP 
is a party of fear by declaring that "the President's statements 
actually spell out the most damning self-indictment in modern 
political history". 

12. White House Pickets— In August, these sign-carrying pickets 
marched up and down in front of the White House in protest 
to the probe of their anti-Viet Nam war activities by the House 
Committee on Un-American Activities. 










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THE 
ECHO 




SMITH ACADEMY 
HATFIELD MASSACHUSETTS 



1967 



ACADEMICS 




ACTIVITIES 



SPORTS 



SENIORS 





YEARBOOK EDITORS 




THE EDITORS: C. Kuzontkoski, D. Korza, L. Maslanka, C. Zerneri, S. Potyrala, H. Belden, Mrs. 
Spakowski, S. Boyle, C. Osepowicz, C. Sliwoski 



THE EDITORS 

ADVISOR 

Mrs. Mary A. Spakowski 
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 

Harriet Belden 
ASSISTANT EDITOR 

Christine Zerneri 
BUSINESS MANAGER 

Shirley Potyrala 
TREASURER 

Diane Korza 
PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR 

Carol Osepowicz 
LAYOUT EDITOR 

Sharon Boyle 
ASSISTANT LAYOUT EDITOR 

Linda Maslanka 
COPY EDITOR 

Carolyn Kuzontkoski 
ALTERNATE 

Christine Sliwoski 





EDITOR'S MESSAGE 



In creating this yearbook, the editors of the 1967 ECHO have tried to give you, 
the readers, an account of the year's activities at Smith Academy. Within the cov- 
ers of this yearbook we hope you will find a true portrait of the Smith Academy 
student in his academic struggles and in his extracurricular activities. 

We are indebted to many people for the success of our yearbook. We are grate- 
ful to Mr. Skarzynski and the other members of the faculty for their co-operation 
throughout the year. A special thank-you is extended to Mrs. Spakowski, our ad- 
visor, for her helpful counsel. We also thank all of the students who helped with 
the solicitation of ads. We must not forget our sincere thanks to the advertisers 
and patrons without whom this yearbook could not have been published. As 
editor-in-chief, I would like to extend my heartfelt thanks to all of the editors 
who so generously contributed their time and talents. 

We hope that this yearbook will help you to see the vital role Smith Academy 
plays in our community and in the lives of its students. 



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Editor-in-Chief 




DEDICATION 




It is with deep appreciation that we, the class of 1967, dedi- 
cate our yearbook, The Echo, to Mr. John H. Naumowicz. He 
has been our teacher and our class advisor, but most impor- 
tant of all, he has been our friend during our years at Smith 
Academy. Now, with graduation here, we wish to extend to 
him our best wishes and heartfelt thanks. 



PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE 



To the Class of 1967: 

Graduation from high school is both a time for ending and a time for beginning; 
a time for leaving and a time for arriving. Each of you has successfully complet- 
ed twelve years of formal education, and yet each of you must now make critical 
decisions that will determine not only your personal future, but also the future 
of your country and the world. 

Enabling you to maturely encounter these decisions has been one of the goals 
of the Hatfield School System. We hope that the product of your experience in the 
schools of Hatfield will enable you not only to participate in the symbolic ending 
of graduation exercises, but also, this experience will have provided you with the 
necessary experience and knowledge to begin your life in the modern, adult 
world. For as Plato once stated in The Republic, "The beginning is the most im- 
portant part of the work." 

In conclusion, you have earned the right to be proud of your past accomplish- 
ments, but accompanying this pride 
should be the recognition of your new 
responsibilities. While this is a time of 
your recognition, let it also be a time of 
your dedication. 






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ACADEMICS 



FACULTY 




Mr. John A. Skarzynski 

Holy Cross, B.S.; Springfield College, 
M.Ed.; University of Massachusetts, 
C.A.G.'S.; Superintendent; Principal; 
Driver Education Instructor. 

"Think about it."— "If you don't have 
anything to do, I'll find you something." 
—"Step into the office"— "Go get the 
mail."— "Who do you think you are?" 



Mr. John H. Naumowicz 

University of Massachusetts, B.S.; M.Ed.; 
Assistant Principal; English ll-A, IV-A; Hu- 
manities; Thespian Advisor; Creative 
Writing Advisor; Rod and Gun Club Advis- 
or; Senior Class Advisor. 



You wouldn't 
. .with a fine 
tooth comb."— "Big Daddy is watching 
you!"— Term papers, term papers. 



"You know I love you 
want it any other way 



Mrs. Florence E. Muller 

Wheaton College, B.A.; French I, II, III; 
Latin II; Guidance; Pro Merito Advisor; 
Cheerleader Advisor. 

"Don't approach me in the halls!" — 
"Read the directions, people!"— "This is 
your last warning!" 





Mrs. Margaret E. Pruzynski 

McCarthy Business College; Secretarial 
Practice; Clerical Practice; Shorthand I, 
II; Typing I, II; G.O. Fund Treasurer; Fal- 
con Flyer Advisor. 

"If you weren't talking, you'd know what I 
said."— "Alright, people."— "Time!" 



Mr. Richard J. Sadoski 

Bentley College, B.S.; Bookkeeping; Eco- 
nomics; General Business; Typing I; 
Business Law; Sophomore Class Advisor. 

"Let's cut out the chatter."— "Are you all 
set back there, boys?"— very photogenic. 



Miss Maura J. Leary 

Emmanuel College, B.A.; University of 
Massachusetts Graduate School; U.S. 
History lll-A, 1MB; Civics; Problems of De- 
mocracy IV-A, IV-B; Discussion Club Ad- 
visor; "As Schools Match Wits" Advisor. 

"As soon as you children are ready, we 
can start the test."— "That's no call for a 
recess!"— Seamstress— Chinese symbols. 




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Mr. Leonard A. Yarrows 

University of Massachusetts, B.S.; M.Ed.; 
Algebra II; Advanced Mathematics; 
Chemistry; Physics. 

"Sometimes I feel like I'm talking to my- 
self!"— "There must be an easier way."— 
That twinkle in his eye— "This should 
keep you off the streets for awhile!"— "If 
you will . . ." 



Mrs. Mary A. Spakowski 

University of Massachusetts, B.S.; M.S. 
Biology ll-A, ll-B; Home Economics I; Ju 
nior Business Math; Yearbook Advisor 
Junior Class Advisor. 

"Keep talking, keep talking, I'm listen- 
ing!"— "Now say it in English!"— "Do you 
have permission to talk?"— "Check it out 
with the office first."— Sparky— "Let me 
see it in black and white." 



Mr. Richard M. Cechvala 

University of Massachusetts, B.S.: Plane 
Geometry; English ll-B, lll-A, lll-B., IV-B; 
Soccer Coach: Chess Club Advisor; Prize 
Speaking. 

Soccer inspiration . . . home-room prob- 
lems . . . disappointed sportsman . . . 
a regular member of the coffee club. 




University of Massachusetts, B.S.; Direc- 
tor of Physical Education; Baseball Coach 
and Trainer 

"Hustle . . . Hustle!"-"Gracefully, 
gracefully!"— "Don't get any blood on the 
mats!"-What's the "C" for? 



FACULTY 




It could be worse! 



'You can't have it, it's mine!' 



'Coffee, tea, or me?" 



PERSONNEL 



The entire student body would like 
to thank the personnel for all they 
have done to make this past year at 
Smith Academy more enjoyable and 
healthier. 




School Secretary, 
Mrs. Sheehan 



Custodian, John Besko 




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School Doctor. 



Pianist, Mrs. Belden 



Music Director. 
Mrs. Esther Norris 



School Nurse, 
Mrs. Lucille Godek 



SOPHOMORES 




ROW ONE: C. Cantwell, C. Doty, Mr. Sadowski, K. Zerneri, C 
Sperry, ROW TWO: T. Kabat, C. Wykowski, C. Boyle, M. Celat 
ka, L. Szych, K. Wilkes, I. Smiarowski, ROW THREE: B. Jawor 
ski, C. Maciorowski, I. Sikorski, M. Sliwoski, W. Popko, D. 
Jablonski, R. Magdycz, R. Omasta, J. Dunn, A. Armes, L 
Rogaleski, D. Kempisty, L. Celatka, ROW FOUR: C. Cahill, M. 



Pickett, K. Zehelski, A. Tremblay, J. Deres, L. Kabat, G. Burda, 
J. Gizienski, D. Paddock, J. Wroblewski, R. Paniczko, S. 
Maciorowski, E. Boyle, D. Klimczyk, M. Motyka, ROW FIVE: L. 
Barlow, Z. Lofton, C. Petrowicz, J. Wolfram, J. Fitzgerald, T. 
Doktor, P. Vanasse, D. Bucala 




The sophomore class held their first class meet- 
ing at Smith Academy on September 19, 1966. 
Appointed as class advisor was Mr. Sadowski. 
The following students were elected to repre- 
sent the class: Claire Cantwell, president; Ken- 
neth Zerneri, vice-president; Craig Sperry, trea- 
surer; and Christine Doty, secretary. Irene Smi- 
arowski and Ted Kabat were elected to repre- 
sent the class in Student Council. 

The sophomore class held their first dance on 
November 19, 1966, with music provided by the 
Acephalons. They also had other money-raising 
activities including food sales. 



CLASS OFFICERS: K. Zerneri, C. Cantwell, Mr. Sadowski, C. Doty, 
C. Sperry 




M4fW? 



"If I can sew, you can 



'Chantez, chantez! 



JUNIORS 




ROW ONE: E. Osley, B. Malinowski, Mrs. Spakowski, B. Mali- 
nowski, C. Vachula, ROW TWO: C. Skorupski, E. Yarrows, K. 
Szych, M. Donnis, P. Bestold, G. Vachula, ROW THREE: S. Ma- 
jewski, P. Pergant, C. Bourque, M. Slysz, M. Doktor, P. Macio- 
rowski, T. Zgrodnik, M. Ciszewski, W. Pelis, J. Cantwell, E. Si- 



korski, T. Wilkes, L. Omasta, E. Bruscoe, KOW FOUR: C. 
Fitzgerald, B. Kopacz, I. Glenowicz, L. Shaw, S. Proulx, K. Pel- 
is, W. Osley, V. Lisewski, W. Belden, T. Wickles, P. Duga, R. 
Burrington, W. Betsold, D. Sheehan, J. Jagodzinski, K. Klimc- 
zyk, C. Mullins, J. Adamites. B. Desmond was absent. 




On September 19, the junior class held their 
first class meeting. The following officers were 
elected: President, Bruce Malinowski; Vice-Presi- 
dent, Carol Vachula; Secretary, Brenda Mali- 
nowski; and Treasurer, George Vachula. The 
class was represented in the Student Council by 
Elizabeth Osley and Chester Skorupski. Mrs. 
Spakowski was appointed their class advisor. 

The class held a dance in October, and music 
was provided by the Villagers. The class also 
held other fund raising activities such as food 
sales. However, the highlight of the junior year 
was the Junior Prom, "Moonlight and Roses." 
It was held on Saturday, May 13, at the Hotel 
Northampton in the Coachlight Room. 



CLASS OFFICERS: B. Malinowski, C. Vachula, Mrs. Spakowski 
Malinowski, G. Vachula. 




'Who, me?" 



8 o'clock gab session. 




'I beg your pardon!' 



Love is a many splendored thing. 
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"that £?*#$%& test!' 



UNDERCLASSMEN 




Catching flies? 



Eating again? 



Stand-in for Phyllis 
Diller!? 




Sophomore fund raising? 



'Aw, come on, don't be shy! 



A STUDENT SUFFERS FROM 




Sickness 



Indecision 




Thirst 



Fatigue 



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Michael J. Adamites 
"Crash" 

Northampton; Commercial; Transferred 
from Richard E. Byrd School; Glee Club 2; 
Chess Club 2, 3, 4. 

Big little man— Burger Chef's chef— star 
student?— always losing his ring — flirt — 
those fishing trips— a Russell's fan. 



Andrew F. Adamski 



Greenfield; Commercial; Baseball 1, 2, 4; 
Rod and Gun Club 

Went out with the "hair"— another one of 
those action nights— Colonial Acres regu- 
lar—varied vocabulary. 



Laura M. Antosz 
"Frenchie" 

Paris, France; Commercial; Glee Club 4; 
Thespian Society 4; Ski Club 4; Falcon 
Flyer 4; Office Aides 4. 

Petite— seamstress— Junior Prom Queen 
—black Chevy— "Bunny." 





Harriet A. Belden 
"Harriet" 

Northampton; College; CI. Pres. 3; CI. V 
P. 2; CI. Treas. 1; Yearbook 3, 4; Ed. -in 
chief 4; Pro Merito 1-4; Glee Club 2-4 
Voice CI. 2-4; Creative Writing Soc. 3, 4 
Treas. 4; Thesp. Soc. 2-4; V. P. 3; Pres. 4 
Prize Speaking 3; As Schools Match Wits 
Team 4; Girls' Basketball 1-4; Co-Capt. 
3, 4; Girls' Softball 3; Capt. 3; Girls' State 
3; Good Gov't. Day Rep. 4; DAR Good Citi- 
zen 4; Discuss. Club 2-4; French Club 1; 
Pres. 1; School Play 2-4. 

"Listen, I've got to do this!"— Subtlety— 
"Poor baby."— A talented roller skater? 
—"Yes, that will be lovely."— A proud 
and happy southpaw! 



Bruce N. Betsold 
"Booty" 

Northampton; Commercial; Soccer 2; 
Rod and Gun Club 2, 3, 4; Project Man- 
ager 4. 

Duck hunting— Shy??— Poker— Sauer- 
kraut on potatoes— lanky. 



Sharon A. Boyle 

"Sharon" 

Northampton; College; Class Treasurer3, 
4; Yearbook 2, 3, 4; Layout Editor 4; Glee 
Club 2, 3, 4; Thespian Society 2, 3, 4; Vice 
President 4; Girls' Softball 3; Office Aides 
4; Dramatics Club 1; School Paper 1; As- 
sistant Editor 1. 

CARL— "Kiss me, I'm Irish!"— Laundro- 
mat headquarters— Hot-tempered— the 
weeper— the boss' daughter. 



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Charles K. Brown 
"Chuck" 

Montague; Commercial; Chess Club 2, 3, 
4; Rod and Gun Club 2, 3, 4. 

Wild girl friends— dangerous driver— Rus- 
sell's worker-LINDA-That fishing trip! 




Look at the birdie! 




Christine D. Brown 
"Brownie" 

Montague; Commercial; Yearbook 2; Glee 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; School Paper 1; Girls' Soft- 
ball 3; Discussion Club 4; Bowling Club 2; 
Falcon Flyer 4. 

"Groundhog"-Lost at sea-organizes 
"happy" parties— one of the three mus- 
keteers—always smiling and cracking 
jokes— one of the class clowns. 



Behind closed doors 



At it again Bernie? 




Marie I. Dzwil 
"Mimi" 

Northampton; College; Yearbook 2, 4; 
Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Thespian 2, 3; Cheer- 
leader 2; Chess Club 3; Falcon Flyer 4. 

g Y— "Would you believe?"— Big 
Brothers!!— "It tends to be so . . ." Sis- 
ter Patty— Shoe fanatic. 



"That good ol' 
moonshine!" 



"So what if I've 
got a big appetite! 





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Linda A. Burnickas 
"Bernie" 

Northampton; College; Yearbook 2, 3, 4; 
Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Voice Class 2, 3, 4; 
Creative Writing; 2, 3, 4; Thespian Soci- 
ety 2, 3, 4; Prize Speaking 3; American 
Legion Oratorical Contest— first place 3; 
Peace Essay Contest Winner 4; French 
Club 1; Falcon Flyer 3, 4; Editor 4; 
Office Aides 3; Bowling Team 2. 

TOMMY HAWK-Christmas time dates- 
always busy— Make any brownies lately? 
—the sweet sixteen party???— (floor 
game)— Nanci's blood sister. 



Daniel F. Desmond 
"Joe Giles" 

Ware; College; Student Council 1; Pro 
Merito 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf Team 3; Soccer 3; 
Baseball 1, 2, 4; Chess Club 2, 4; Ski 
Club 3; Science Club 1; French Club 1. 

Flavorland man— "Unh!"— "Give me a 
break!"-That green Stud-baker-Ski 
Fanatic— Those last minute term pa- 
pers! 



William M. Donnis 
"Elmwood" 

Northampton; College; Class Vice Presi- 
dent 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Glee 
Club 3, 4; Creative Writing 3; Thespian 
Society 2, 3, 4; Prize Speaking 3; Glee 
Club Librarian 3; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Baseball 2; Rod & Gun Club 3, 4; School 
Play 2, 3, 4; French Club 1. 

Paisley shirts— hip hugger pants— Cas- 
anova— Talks his way out of everything 
— Seven-day-a-week job. 




Suzanne R. Finch 
"Sue" 

Springfield; Commercial; Transferred 
from Bellows Free Academy, Fairfax, 
Vermont, in senior year. 

VERMONT— "new girl in town"— friendly 
—office work. 



Richard L. Fitzgerald 
"Surefoot" 

Northampton; College; Glee Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; Thespian Society 4; Basketball 1, 
2, 3; Soccer 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2; Sec- 
retary 2. 

FITZIE-Problems-great kidder-that 
physics term paper!— "Take a sandwich 
for me."— afraid of the dark. 



Evelyn M. Gore 
"Evy" 

Northampton; Commercial; Yearbook 2; 
Glee Club 4; Girls Basketball 1; Girls 
Softball 3; School Paper 1; Chess 3; Dis- 
cussion Club 4. 

One of the Big Y Girls-DONNIE-Buz- 
zard— "I love gym?"— "Are you kid- 
ding?" 




Cecelia A. Harvey 
"Cecil" 

Springfield; College; Transfer Student 
from St. Mary's, Westfield; Glee Club 3, 
4; Debating and Discussion Club 3, 4; 
Falcon Flyer 4. 

TOM MY- Faithful French Student-one 
of the three Musketeers— Ducky— al- 
ways blushing— that long blonde hair — 
"Cut it out!" those New York trips-S.L. 



Donna L. Higgins 
"Higgie" 

Peterbrough, N.H.; Commercial; Year- 
book 4; Chess Club 2; Home and Family 
2, 3; Discussion Club 4. 

Nice dresser— seamtress— "Oh, my hair's 
a mess!"— Caldor worker. 



Patricia A. Jaworski 
"Patty" 

Northampton; Commercial; Yearbook 2, 
4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Thespian Society 2, 
3; Cheerleader 2; Falcon Flyer 4; Chess 
Club 3. 

Parties— corny jokes— morning greetings 
—"Okay!"— Hampden Beach— lost ring 
in Rhode Island. 




Carol A. Kielbowicz 
"Carol" 



Northampton; Commercial; Glee Club 4; 
Girls' Softball 3. 



Quiet— Hospital 
from Panama. 



worker— Kelly — Letters 



Diane M. Korza 
"Diane" 

Northampton; College; Yearbook 2, 3, 4; 
treasurer 4; Pro merito 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 
2, 3, 4; Thespian Society 2, 3, 4; School 
Play 2; Girls' Softball 3; Office Aides 4. 

"That bugs me"— never studies (?)— 
"It's not that I don't try!"— "Korky". 



Joan M. Kosakowski 
"Joanie" 

Northampton; Commercial; Yearbook 2, 
3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Thespian Soci- 
ety 2, 3, 4; Girls' Softball 3; Falcon Flyer 
4; School Paper 1. 

Drugstore-writing letters to St. An- 
selm's— soda jerk— always getting hair- 
cuts. 




Helen A. Keane 
"Helen" 



Hey, that's my shirt you're grabbing. 



Boston; College; Transfer from Ursuline 
Academy; Glee Club 2; Creative Writing 
2, 3; Thespian Society 2, 3, 4; Prize 
Speaking 3; Discussion Club 4. 

Artistic— sensitive— likes: Belmondo, in- 
teresting people. 





We've got this game in the bag. 



Donnis A. Kostek 
"Donnie" 

Northampton; College; Yearbook 2, 3, 4 
Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Creative Writing 3 
secretary 3; Thespian Society 2, 3, 4 
Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls' Soft 
ball Co-captain 3; Discussion Club 3, 4; 
School Paper 1; Science Fair 4. 

Marsha-Donnie; Donnie-Marsha— "Five" 
—noise suppressor— "It cracks me up!" 
"Graunchy"— "I don't care!" 




You can't see that! 




Secret love— Big Brothers— Frequent 
trips to Big Y— That wild laugh! 



Friends, Romans, and 
Countrymen . . . 




Nancy J. Maslanka 
"Nana" 

Northampton; Commercial; Class secre 
tary 3; Student Council 2; Yearbook 2 
3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; President 1 
Thespian Society 2; School paper 1 
Basketball 1; Softball 3; Betty Crocker 
Award 1; Bowling Club 2; Falcon Flyer 
4. 



Isn't one enough? 



BUTCH— Connecticut Drags-Lost at 
sea— One of the three musketeers— 
"happy" parties. 



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Carolyn M. Kuzontkoski 
"Kuz" 

Northampton; College; Class Vice Presi 
dent 3; Student Council 4; Secretary 
Treasurer 4; Yearbook 2, 3, 4; Copy Edi 
tor 4; Pro Merito 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2 
3, 4; Creative Writing 3; Thespian Soci 
ety 2, 3, 4; Prize Speaking 3; Dramatics 
Club 1; Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls- 
Softball 3; School Newspaper 1; Editor 
1; Office Aides 3, 4. 

"I'm innocent."— FLIRT— "Who's it gon- 
na be next week?"— Jumping-jacks— 
"Oh, I'm sick."— "I gotta go." 



Geraldine M. Lesieur 
"Gerry" 



Northampton; Commercial. 
Petite— Mod Dresser— Good Artist. 



Linda M. Maslanka 
"Mass" 

Northampton; College; Class President 
1; Student Council 3; Sec-Treas. 3; Year- 
book 2, 3, 4; Assistant Layout Ed. 4; 
Pro Merito 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Librarian 2, 4; Voice Class 2; Thespi- 
an Society 2, 3, 4; Prize Speaking 3; 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 3; Office 
Aides 4; Softball Captain 3. 

"Oh, you rabbit!"— "I can't take it any 
more"— "What a beaut!"— Moose— those 
service guys. 







Robert H. Mitchell 
"Hugh- 



Spencer, Tennessee; Commercial: 
and Gun 3, 4; Chess 3, 4. 



Always laughing— That declamation! 
Andy's buddy-REBEL. 



Bernard J. Motyka 
"Bernie" 

Springfield; Commercial; Class Trea- 
surer 1; Bowling League 2, 3; Co-chair- 
man 3; Math Club 1; Chess Club 2, 3, 4; 
Science Club 1. 

Argues with Naum— Third period nap- 
Constant car trouble— one of the chess 
players. 



Peter A. Novak 
"Pete" 

Northampton; College; Glee club 1; Soc- 
cer 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 2, 3, 4; Rod & 
Gun Club 1. 

Colognes— Those sweaters— Ivy League- 
long hair— hot Mustang. 



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William S. Olszewski 
"Olish" 




Carol A. Osepowicz 
"Carol" 



Greenfield; College; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Chess Club 2, 3, 4; V. Pres. 3; School 
Paper 1; Bowling Club 2; Captain 2; 
Track Team 3. 

"I'm going to ruin my reputation!"— 
"Girls are too serious"— SHY?— "I was 
gonna say . . ."—Hullabaloo Fan. 



Northampton; College; Yearbook 2, 3, 4; 
Photography Editor 4; Pro Merito 1, 2, 
3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; President 4; 
Voice Class 2, 4; Thespian Society 2, 3, 
4; Falcon Flyer 4. 

"T don't know what I'm going to do!"— 
car trouble at U.M.— tobacco romances— 
HAMPDEN BEACH FAN-courageous- 
U.F.O. watcher. 



Northampton; General; Yearbook 4; 
Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Bas- 
ketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1, 4; Golf Club 
2, 3; Chess Club 2, 3, 4; President 4; 
School Paper 1, 3. 

Mr. Naumowicz's prime target— 200 lbs. 
of muscle and brain??— rough tough 
cream puff— class joker. 




Deborah A. Pelc 
"Debbie" 

Northampton; Commercial; Class Secre- 
tary 4; Yearbook 2, 3, 4; Pro Merito 1, 
2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Thespian 
Society 2, 3, 4; AMA representative 3; 
Bowling Club 2; School Paper 1. 

Neat Hair— Deggie, her pet vine in 
P.O. D. -Weekend Plans-that Hampden 
Beach sunburn!— troubles at UMass. 



Robert S. Pelis 
"Smokey" 

Northampton; College; Student Council 
4; President 4; Pro Merito 1, 2, 3, 4 
Thespian Society 4; Prize Speaking 3 
Boys' Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain 3 
Co-Capt. 4; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-Capt 
4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Math Club 1: 
Science Club 1; Chess Club 2, 3; Office 
Aides 4. 

Lunchroom help— boss' right-hand man 
—sports-minded— Laundromat head- 
quarters. 



Michael K. Poole 
"Archie" 

Northampton; College; Pro Merito 1, 2 
Thespian Society 4; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Co 
Capt. 4; Baseball Manager 1, 2, 4 
Chess Club 2, 3; Office Aides 4; Math 
Club 1. 

Skar's left-hand man— Wild weekends— 
J. B.'s right-hand man— After school 
janitor— Trips to Florida— Our long-lost 
classmate. 




Rosemary A. Pease 
"Rosie" 

Northampton; Commercial; Pro Merito 
1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Library Club 1; 
Falcon Flyer 2, 4; School Paper 1. 

Loves Boston and Harvard— a smile for 
everyone— Home Ec— Willing to help 
everyone— Can take a joke. 



One and one equals what?? 




Shirley A. Potyrala 
"Shirley" 

Northampton; College; Class Treasurer 
2; Yearbook 2, 3, 4; Business Manager 
4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer 
4; Creative Writing 3; Thespian Society 
2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Girls' Basketball 2, 
3; Girls' Softball 3; Captain 3; Chess 
Club 2; French Club 1; Office Aides 3, 4. 



"I'm embarrassed."— Shirlka— clothes, 
clothes, clothes— blushes— Mumps! 



The Off Beats! 




Winter or summer? 



Lawrence C. Prucnal 
"Ears" 

Northampton; College; Class secretary 
1; Pro Merito 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Voice Class 2, 3, 4; Thespian Society 2, 
3, 4; Prize Speaking 3; Boys Basketball 
manager 1, 2; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Base- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 2, 3; Track 
Club 3, 4; School Paper 1; Bowling Club 
1, 2; Science and Math Club 1, 2, 4; 
President 4. 

KARATE— motorcycles— bombs, explo- 
sions— infallible? — Sticks up tor his 
rights— "What's it to you?"— Brownie's 
buddy. 




■Who told you 
that?" 



'I thought I put my 
lipstick in here!" 



Northampton; Commercial; Pro Merito 

2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Voice Class 2, 

3, 4; As Schools Match Wits Team 4; 
Soccer 3, 4; Science and Math Club 2, 
3, 4; Vice-President 4; Math Club 1; De- 
bating Club 3; Chess Club 3; Discussion 
Club 2. 

Always singing in class— butcher— Tru- 
man Capote— Sudsy's boy— sleeps with 
his eyes open. 





Barbara A. Puchalski 
"Pooch" 

Northampton; Commercial; Glee Club 4 
Thespian Society 2; Girls Basketball 1 
Home Economics Club 3; Chess Club 2 
Discussion 4. 

"Oh, that's queer!"-Found at either 
Hadley or Amherst-A different boy- 
friend every week— Always seen with 
Evie or Higgie— Mr. Sadowski's favorite 
student? 



Robert M. Scott 
"Bob" 

Northampton; Commercial; Transferred 
from Northampton High in Junior Year. 



Mad Physicist— that 
conformist— E.S. P. 



long hair,— non- 



Donna M. Sikorski 
"Shorkey" 

Northampton; Commercial; Glee Club 1, 
4; Thespian Society 3; Girls Basketball 
1; Girls Softball 3; Falcon Flyer 4; Home 
and Family 3; Chess Club 2. 



Certain boy in Northampton- 
"I smell English Leather". 



'Fag it"- 




William J. Skorupski 
"Snowball" 

Northampton; Commercial; Prize Speak- 
ing 3; Boys Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Co- 
captain 4; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 
1, 3, 4; Chess Club 2, 3; Office Aide 4; 
Science Club 1. 

"Harem Scarem"— Suave— Big Brownie, 
the third— Goalie— "Don't worry!" 



Christine L. Sliwoski 
"Chris" 

Northampton; College; Yearbook 3, 4, 
Alternate 4; Pro Merito 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee 
Club 2, 3, 4; Librarian 4; Voice Class 2, 
3, 4; Thespian Society 2, 3, 4; Creative 
Writing 3; As Schools Match Wits Team 
4; Girls Basketball manager 2, 3; Girls' 
Softball 3; Debate and Discussion Club 
2, 3, 4; Secretary 2; French Club 1. 



Her Crazy quotes— Chiquita— Jan 
her— "I've got to get rid of him". 



and 



Richard S. Sliwoski 
"Richie" 

Northampton; College; Class President 

2, 4; Vice-President 1; Pro Merito 1, 2, 

3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Voice Class 2, 
3, 4; Creative Writing 3, 4; Thespian So- 
ciety 2, 3, 4; Prize Speaking alternate 3; 
As Schools Match Wits Team 3, 4; Boys' 
Basketball 1, 2, 3; Soccer 2, 3, 4; 
French Club 1; Discussion Club 2; Chess 
Club 3. 

Those Class Meetings!— dictatorship— 
"Unbelievable!"— Big Brother— Charlotte 
Corday. 






Cynthia L. Symanski 
"Cindy" 

Northampton; College; Yearbook 2, 3, 4; 
Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Thespian Society 2, 3, 
4; Cheerleader 4; Girls' Basketball 2, 3; 
Girls' Softball 3; Falcon Flyer 3, 4; 
School paper features editor 1. 

"What a hunk!"— busy schedule-hot 
temper— those wild hand motions- 
expressions always tell. 




Donna M. Symanski 
"Donna" 

Greenfield; College; Class secretary 2 
Yearbook 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; 
Creative Writing 3; Thespian Society 2 
3, 4; Secretary 4; School Play 2, 3, 4 
Girls' Basketball Co-manager 2; Girls 
Softball 3, co-captain; Office Aides 3, 4 
Chess Club 2; French Club 1. 

Chipmunk-KENNY-Shirley, Kuz, and 
her— "Shorty"— everybody's friend. 



Mark S. Vachula 
"Neanderthall" 

Northampton; College; Pro Merito 1, 2, 
3, 4; As Schools Match Wits Team 4; 
Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Electric Company Representative 4; 
Chess Club 2, 3; Science Club 1, 4. 

Big Change— girls, girls, girls— girl 
beater— mini-skirts— yeah, yeah, yeah— 
hand made skunk socks— "You're cor 
rupting me, Rich! 



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Raymond M. Wozniak 
"Ray" 

Northampton; Commercial. 

Ray, what are you doing on the floor?— 
his white car with black upholstery— Air 
Force— bachelorhood. 



Ronald J. Wozniak 
"Ron" 

Northampton; Commercial; Pro Merito 
2, 3, 4; Chess Club 2; Bowling League 2; 
Rod and Gun Club 2; Track Team 3, 4. 

Letters to Salem— Air Force— Helicopter 
pilot— UFO's— always fooling around- 
hot temper. 



John C. Yagodzinski 
"Yaga" 

Northampton; College; Student Council 
Vice President 4; Pro Merito 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Boys' Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Math Club 
1; Chess Club 2, 3, 4; Bowling Club 1, 2, 
captain 1. 

CHRIS— private math tutor— "Is that 
right?"— full of surprises— Cindy's lean- 
ing post. 




Northampton; Commercial; Glee Club 1, 
2, 3, 4; boys basketball 3; Soccer 1, 3, 
4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 2; 
School Paper 1; Rod and Gun Club 2, 3, 
4; President 4; Bowling 2, 3; Vice-Presi- 
dent 3; Golf Club 3, 4. 

Great white hunter— "affectionately 
yours"— "Pickles"— always in love— that 
little black book. 



'I can't wait all day! 




Christine A. Zerneri 
"Chris" 

Adams; College; Transfer from Belling- 
ham High School in Junior Year; Year- 
book 3, 4; Assistant Editor 4; Pro Meri- 
to 3, 4; Thespian Society 3, 4; Glee Club 
3, 4; Cheerleader 4; Co-captain 4; Fal- 
con Flyer 3, 4; Girls Softball 3. 

JOHN— peppy cheerleader— very "explo- 
sive"— e.i.,— "Zip". 




SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: President, R. Sliwoski; Secretary, D. Pelc; Advisor, Mr. 
Naumowicz; Treasurer, S. Boyle; Vice-President, W. Donnis. 



PRIZE SPEAKING 





Eugene Proulx 



1st Helen Keane 
1st Eugene Proulx 
2nd Harriet Belden 
2nd William Donnis 
3rd Linda Maslanka 
3rd Lawrence Prucnal 
4th Linda Burnickas 
4th Robert Pelis 
4th Carolyn Kuzontkoski 
4th William Skorupski 



'First Day Of School" 

'Every Man's Dream" 

'Civil Wrongs" 

'A Time For Moral Conviction" 

'Is It Really Worth It?" 

'Believe It Or Not" 

'The Excuse We Should Never Use' 

'Alcohol Or Not" 

'How Much?" 

'You— And The Weed" 




Under the direction of Mr. John 
Naumowicz, the annual Smith 
Academy prize speaking contest 
was held Wednesday evening, 
April 13, 1966, at the Hatfield 
Memorial Town Hall. Judges 
were: Daniel Morrison, principal 
of Turners Falls Junior High 
School, Miss Betty Korpinen, an 
English major at the University 
of Massachusetts and Thomas 
Gould, a graduate student at 
the University of Massachu- 
setts. 



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Jh the Misty Moonlight 




Superintendent John Skarzynski crowns Laura Antosz as queen of the prom while the members of 
her court look on. 



JUNIOR PROM 



The annual Junior Prom was held on May 28, 
1966, at the Hotel Northampton. The theme for 
the prom was "In the Misty Moonlight." 

The Coachlight Room, which has a beautiful co- 
lonial setting, was decorated with red roses. Af- 
ter eating a delicious turkey dinner, the couples 
danced to music provided by Jimmy LaRose 
and the Beacons. 

Then, the highlight of the evening began. The 
grand march, which was directed by Mrs. Mull- 



er, was led by Harriet Belden, the class presi- 
dent, and her escort. 

After many anxious moments of waiting for a 
decision, Laura Antosz was chosen queen. The 
girls on her court were: Sandra Baceski, Mau- 
reen Slysz, Lenora Shaw, and Suzanne Yarrows. 

Everyone will agree that it was an experience 
which will always bring good thoughts to his 
mind. 




STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES 




Harriet Belden and Robert Pelis were chosen 
for Girls' State Representative and Boys' State 
Representative respectively. The two students 
were chosen on the basis of scholarship, lead- 
ership, character, good health, courage and 
honesty. The purpose of Girls' State and Boys' 
State was to give the students training to as- 
sume their responsibility as American citizens. 

The annual Legion Oratorical Contest is avail- 
able to any high school student. This year each 
applicant wrote an essay on some phase of 
the Constitution. Linda Burnickas was the hap- 
py recipient of the contest prize. 

Everyone was very happy to hear that Smith 
Academy was again asked to participate on 
"As Schools Match Wits." Four students with 
one alternate were chosen to represent the 
school on the show which took place in De- 
cember. Although our team rallied against and 
lost to Tantasqua, they put up a good fight 
throughout the game. 



L. Burnickas, R. Pelis, H. Belden 



AS SCHOOLS MATCH WITS TEAM 




R. Sliwoski, C. Sliwoski, Miss Leary, H. Belden, A. Skorupski, M. Vachula 



FOUR YEAR PRO MERITO 




ROW ONE: C. Sliwoski, Mrs. Muller; ROW TWO: R. Pease, D. Skorupski; ROW THREE: R. Wozniak, J. Yagodzinski, R. Pelis, 
Pelc, H. Belden, L. Maslanka, C. Zerneri, C. Kuzontkoski, A. D. Desmond, R. Sliwoski, M. Vachula. ABSENT; C. Osepowicz 



STUDENT COUNCIL 



PRO MERITO 




STUDENT COUNCIL: ROW ONE: Mr. Skarzynski; ROW 
TWO: I. Smiarowski; T. Kabat; C. Kuzontkoski, Sec-Treas.; 
ROW THREE: E. Osley; R. Pelis, Pres.; C. Skorupski; J. Ya- 
godzinski, V. Pres. 



SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS: ROW ONE: L. Rogaleski, Mrs. Mull 
er, S. Maciorowski; ROW TWO: D. Bucala, I. Sikorski, S. Ma 
jewski, M. Sliwoski; ROW THREE: M. Doktor, C. Vachula, D 
Klimczyk, M. Pickett, B. Desmond, C. Wykowski; ROW FOUR: S 
Proulx, R. Burrington, G. Vachula, B. Malinowski, T. Wickles, C 
Sperry, M. Donnis. 



DRIVER'S EDUCATION 




ROWONE: C. Doty, D. Kempisty, I. Smiarowski, J. Adamites, 
C. Bourque, M. Slysz, Z. Lofton, L. Barlow, ROW TWO: E. 
Boyle, M. Pickett, B. Jaworski, K. Wilkes, M. Sliwoski, R. 
Pease, L. Szych, E. Bruscoe, Mr. Skarzynski, C. Mullins, D. Si- 
korski, M. Doktor, B. Kopacz, K. Pelis, S. Proulx, ROW 
THREE: B. Desmond, M. Donnis, I. Glenowicz, E. Osley, J. Ja- 
godzinski, L. Rogaleski, P. Vanasse, E. Sikorski, J. Wrob- 



lewski, W. Popko, J. Gizienski, G. Burda, W. Osley, C. Harvey, 
C. Brown, ROW FOUR: C. Vachula, K. Szych, M. Ciszewski, V. 
Lisewski, T. Wilkes, T. Zgrodnik, W. Pelis, P. Duga, D. 
Sheehan, R. Paniczko, W. Belden, P. Maciorowski, G. Vachula, 
T. Wickles. Absent from picture: A. Armes, P. Pergant, L. 
Shaw, J. Wolfram. 



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After the first meeting of the Drivers' Education class, it was 
decided that the remainder of the classes would be held in 
the auditorium each morning before the beginning of 
school. Various films about safe driving and different types 
of engines supplemented regular classroom instruction. 
In October, Elizabeth Osley and Marsha Donnis represented 
Smith Academy at the Safe Driving Convention held at the 
University of Massachusetts. 




Out of gas? 



You hit a what? 



CLASSROOM CANDIDS 




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ACTIVITIES 



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ROW ONE: E. Boyle, B. Jaworski, C. Bourque, J. Adamites, C. 
Kuzontkoski, E. Bruscoe, D. Korza, C. Mullins ROW TWO: A. 
Arms, S. Proulx, K. Pelis, D. Symanski, S. Boyle, W. Donnis, Mr. 
Naumowicz, H. Belden, S. Potyrala, H. Keane, C. Vachula, C. 
Osepowicz ROW THREE: R. Sliwoski, L. Maslanka, L. Brunickas, 
J. Wolfram, C. Cahill, D. Bucala, M. Sliwoski, L. Rogaleski, S. Ma- 



jewski, M. Doktor, B. Malinowski, L. Shaw, M. Slysz, D. Kostek, 
C. Sliwoski, K. Szych. ROW FOUR: L. Prucnal, L. Antosz, S. Mac- 
iorowski, K. Wilkes, M. Celatka, D. Pelc, P. Betsold, J. Kosa- 
kowski, M. Donnis, C. Symanski, I. Glenowicz, J. Jagodzinski, C. 
Zerneri, E. Osley, R. Fitzgerald. 





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A large crowd attended the Senior Play entitled "If 
a Body Meet a Body", presented by the Smith 
Academy Thespian Society. Under the direction of 
Mr. John Naumowicz, the production was held on 
Friday, November 4, at the Hatfield Town Hall. 

This mystery-comedy, which was divided into 
three acts, was about the adventures of three girls 
living in an apartment in a gloomy city. In the 
opening act, Mr. Hatcher, the building super- 
intendent, is found dead in the dumb waiter of the 
girls' apartment. Throughout the entire play, bits 
of romance, mystery, and comedy are combined 
to form a play which appealed to people of all 
ages. 



ROW ONE: THESPIAN OFFICERS: S. Potyrala, Mr. Naumowicz, D. 

Symanski. ROW TWO: S. Boyle, W. Donnis, H. Belden. 




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and the Thespian Society presented a 
successful production of Gilbert and 
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society set in Japan. 
Nanki Poo, in love with Yum Yum, 
leaves home to escape marriage to el- 
derly Katisha as demanded by his father, 
the Mikado. Disguised as a minstrel, 
Nanki Poo returns. Through trickery 
and wit, he manages to get his true love 
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GLEE CLUB 





SOPRANOS: ROW ONE: C. Kuzontkoski, B. Puchalski, E. Gore, 
D. Sikorski, L. Antosz ROW TWO: D. Pelc, C. Osepowicz, L. Mas- 
lanka, S. Potyrala ROW THREE: J. Kosakowski, H. Belden, N. 
Maslanka, L. Burnickas, C. Symanski. 




ALTOS: ROW ONE: E. Bruscoe, C. Zerneri, D. Korza ROW TWO: 
C. Harvey, B. Malinowski, L. Shaw, D. Kostek, C. Sliwoski ROW 
THREE: C. Brown, C. Mullins, C. Vachula, P. Betsold, L Szych, C. 
Boyle. 




OFFICERS: Mrs. Norris, C. Osepowicz, J. Osley, S. Potyrala, E. Osley, L. Maslanka, S. 
Proulx, C. Sliwoski. 




SOPRANOS: ROW ONE: L. Celatka, T. Vanasse, E. Sikorski, C. 
Bourque, J. Adamites, P. Pergant, M. Slysz, T. Doktor, M. Sliwos 
ki; ROW TWO: D. Klimczyk, M. Pickett, M. Motyka, J. Jagodzin 
ski, B. Kopacz, C. Wykowski, S. Majewski, M. Doktor, S. Proulx; 
ROW THREE: C. Doty, D. Kempisty, K. Zehelski, J. Wolfram, M 
Donnis, E. Osley, I. Glenowicz, K. Wilkes, J. Fitzgerald. 




BOYS' GLEE CLUB: ROW ONE: D. Paddock, A. Skorupski, D. 
Jablonski, T. Kabat, W. Popko; ROW TWO: Alan Armes, J. 
Wilkes, R. Burrington, J. Gizienski, T. Wickles, G. Burda, W. 
Donnis, R. Fitzgerald, J. Osley, G. Vachula, B. Malinowski, L. 
Prucnal, R. Sliwoski. 



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ALTOS: ROW ONE: C. Cantwell, L. Rogaleski, D. Symanski; ROW 
TWO: C. Petrowicz, B. Jaworski, C. Cahill, M. Celatka, D. Bucala; 
ROW THREE: A. Tremblay, S. Maciorowski, E. Boyle, P. Jaworski, 
M. Dzwil, C. Kielbowicz. 



Under the direction of Mrs. Esther Norris, the Glee 
Club elected the following officers: President; Carol 
Osepowicz, Vice President; John Osley, Secretary- 
Treasurer; Shirley Potyrala and librarians; Suzanne 
Proulx, Linda Maslanka, Elizabeth Osley, and Chris- 
tine Sliwoski. 

Throughout the school year, the Glee Club partici- 
pated in the Christmas festival, the operetta, The 
Mikado, and in the Senior graduation. 




VOICE CLASS: ROW ONE: A. Skorupski, Mrs. Norris, B. Mali- 
nowski; ROW TWO: M. Sliwoski, C. Wykowski, M. Doktor, C. 
Sliwoski, S. Proulx, H. Belden, R. Sliwoski, T. Wickles, G. 
Burda, L. Prucnal, A. Armes, M. Celatka, L. Burnickas, C. 
Osepowicz, D. Jablonski, C. Vachula. 



YEARBOOK CLUB 




ROW ONE: D. Symanski, C. Bourque, J. Adamites, E. Bruscoe, 
N. Maslanka, J. Jagodzinski, ROW TWO: C. Kuzontkoski, L 
Maslanka, S. Boyle, S. Potyrala, Mrs. Spakowski, H. Belden, 
C. Osepowicz, C. Zerneri, D. Korza, ROW THREE: M. Doktor, D. 
Higgins, J. Kosakowski, K. Pelis, P. Jaworski, C. Mullins, B. 



Malinowski, L. Shaw, M. Slysz, D. Kostek, C. Sliwoski, L. Bur- 
nickas, ROW FOUR: M. Celatka, D. Pelc, P. Betsold, M. Dzwil, 
M. Donnis, C. Symanski, I. Glenowicz, E. Osley, L. Rogaleski, 
C. Vachula, S. Proulx. 





Under the guidance of Mrs. Spakowski, the edi- 
tors of the 1967 Echo along with the remainder 
of the staff diligently worked to create a success- 
ful yearbook. The most amazing accomplish- 
ment was the fact that the yearbook set and 
surpassed its goal. Determination and the will- 
ingness of the entire staff to hold a dance and 
to solicit ads contributed to its commendable 
performance. 

Also, many new ideas were placed in this year- 
book to make it a bit different, and to definitely 
have a voice of its own. 



FALCON FLYER 




The Falcon Flyer has continued 
to be the official "information" 
piece for everyone, especially for 
the student and faculty bodies. 
The articles in this publication 
have highlighted a variety of topics 
including current school events, 
announcements, sports, and col- 
lege acceptances. In order to help 
maintain the Flyer's popularity, the 
column telling of the social doings 
of the students, "around the 
school", became an essential part 
of the Falcon Flyer. 



Seated: C. Osepowicz, Mrs. Pruzynski, L. Burnickas, C. Symanski, Standing: C. Zer- 
neri, J. Kosakowski, R. Pease, J. Jagodzinski, K. Wilkes, C. Bourque, J. Adamites, M. 
Slysz, E. Bruscoe, I. Glenowicz, C. Mullins, M. Dzwil, D. Sikorski, P. Jaworski, N. Mas- 
lanka. 



CREATIVE WRITING 




Although the Creative 
Writing Society had 
only five members, it 
was able to hold a 
writing contest, 
featuring essays, short 
stories, and poems, in 
May. The winners of 
the contest were 
published in the 
annual magazine of 
the society, which was 
called The Birches. 



R. Sliwoski, C. Vachula, L. Burnickas, Mr. Naumowicz, H. Belden, D. Kostek. 



MONDAY CLUBS 




OFFICE AIDES: S. Boyle, D. Korza, C. Kuzontkoski, S. Potyrala, M. Poole, L. Maslan- 
ka, R. Pelis, D. Symanski, Mr. Skarzynski. 




CHESS CLUB: ROW ONE: V. Lisewski, C. Sperry ROW TWO: J. Osley, 
D. Desmond, W. Olszewski ROW THREE: Mr. Cechvala, W. Betsold, C. 
Skorupski, M. Ciszewski, B. Motyka, R. Sliwoski, P. Novak, M. Pickett, 
S. Maciorowski, J. Yagodzinski. 




SKI CLUB: L. Osley, R. Burrington, Mr. Meyerhoefer, G. 
Burda, J. Gizienski, T. Wickles, B. Malinowski, W. Os- 
ley, L. Antosz, G. Vachula, B. Malinowski, T. Zgrodnik, 
P. Maciorowski, W. Belden. 



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ROD AND GUN: J. Wilkes, D. Sheehan, K. Zerneri, E. Sikorski, W. Pop- 
ko, R. Paniczko, T. Wilkes, D. Paddock, R. Magdycz, J. Deres, Mr. 
Naumowicz, D. Jablonski, L. Kabat, T. Kabat, J. Wroblewski, R. Dunn, 
W. PeNs. 50 




HOME AND FAMILY: D. Bucala, C. Doty, E. Boyle, M. Sliwoski, Mrs. Spakowski, B. Jaworski, 
C. Petrowicz, L. Szych, C. Boyle. 





SCIENCE CLUB: S. Majewski, C. Vachula, M. Doktor, A. Skorupski, Mr. Yarrows, 
A. Armes, M. Vachula, L. Prucnal. 




GULF CLUB: P. Novak, J. Osley, M. Ciszewski, T. Wilkes, W. Olszewski, T. Wick- 
les, J. Wilkes, Mr. Abarno. 




DISCUSSION CLUB: E. Gore, R. Sliwoski, D. Higgins, B. Puchalski, H. Keane, Miss Leary, M. 
Donnis, C. Harvey, C. Brown, D. Kostek, C. Sliwoski, H. Belden, L. Rogaleski, M. Celatka. 



SENIORS AT WORK 




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SENIORS AT LEISURE 




So what if 

we're only 

behind by ten 



It's not that 
bad John. 



Come fly with me! 




SPORTS 



SOCCER 




ROW ONE: G. Vachula, B. Malinowski, L. Prucnal, R. Pelis, 
Coach R. Cechvala, M. Poole, C. Skorupski, R. Sliwoski, J. Osley. 
ROW TWO: Manager W. Belden, J. Wilkes, C. Yagodzinski, G. 



Burrington, G. Mullins, R. Fitzgerald, F. Warren, T. Wickles, W. 
Skorupski, P. Novak, W. Donnis, R. Hill, L. Kabat, A. Skorupski, 
R. Burrington, M. Vachula, Manager R. Paniczko. 



Teamwork was the word which brought the Falcons 
to the top spot in the Hampshire League. This ac- 
complishment put the Falcons in the Western Mas- 
sachusetts Tournament, but they were defeated by 
Cathedral in a 1-0 heartbreaker. 

Under the leadership of Mr. Richard Cechvala, they 



ended their season with a boastful 11-1-2. This 
year, Bruce Malinowski captured the honors in the 
Hampshire League for the number of goals, which 
was 20. 

Although the team will be loosing seven starters, 
prospects for next season are still promising. 




J.V. BASKETBALL 




FRONT ROW: E. Pelis, V. Lisewski, R. Shea, G. Mullins, T. Kabat, 
SECOND ROW: R. Magdycz, D. Jablonski, R. Dunn, G. Burr- 



ington, L. Kabat, G. Burda, Mr. Abarno, Mr. Savage, W. Betsold, 
R. Burrington, C. Yagodzinski, D. Wickles, W. Popko, W. Geryk. 



Coached by Mr. Joseph Savage, the J. V. team be- 
gan its season determined to have another winning 
record. Then, Coach Savage became ill and had to 
leave his position for awhile. Nevertheless, under 



the instruction of Mr. Frank Abarno, the team was 
able to maintain an optimistic viewpoint and ended 
its season with a 16-3 record. 




VARSITY BASKETBALL 




FRONT ROW: Co-captains, W. Skorupski and R. Pelis 
SECOND ROW: J. Wroblewski, R. Burrington, W. Betsold, J. 



Yagodzinski, T. Wickles, Coach M. Moczulewski, C. Skorupski 
J. Osley, G. Burda, B. Malinowski, W. Popko, W. Belden. 



Yes, the Fabulous Falcons did it again! The Smith 
Academy Varsity players were able to take the 
Hampshire League Title for the third consecutive 
year. 

Coach Max Moczulewski will definitely agree that 
the team was unpredictable, leaving him in sus- 
pense many times. However, he knew that the 
team would not accept defeat. Thus, the team end- 



ed its season in the League with a (14-2) record. 

The Falcons were invited to participate in the West- 
ern Mass. Tournament, winning the first two 
games, and losing the final game to Palmer. 

Although the team will lose Robert Pelis, John Ya- 
godzinzski, William Skorupski, and John Osley, the 
outlook for next year's team is very promising. 




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GIRLS' BASKETBALL 




KNEELING: D. Kempisty, D. Kostek, H. Belden, L. Celatka, STANDING: S. Majewski, C. Vachula, 
M. Donnis, L. Burnickas, L. Maslanka, E. Osley, I. Glenowicz, P. Betsold, J. Jagodzinski, C. 
Kuzontkoski 



Under the direction of Mrs. Brazeau, the Girls' 
Basketball team had a very successful season. 
With a lot of school spirit and team work, the 
Varsity won six out of ten games. Although the 
Junior Varsity was primarily composed of new 
members, and had only won a few games, they 
always tried their best. 



The Varsity also participated in a Basketball 
Tournament at Frontier Regional High School. 
They were defeated in their first game by Wil- 
liamsburg. 

Although the Varsity team will lose five seniors, 
they are looking forward to a successful season. 




JUNIOR VARSITY FIRST ROW: C. Vanasse, C. Cantwell, B. Jaworski, P. Va- 
nasse, SECOND ROW: C. Kabat, E. Bruscoe, E. Boyle E. Kempisty, M. 
Pickett, THIRD ROW: S. Maciorowski, K. Zehelski, J. Wolfram, J. Fitzgerald, 
F. Celatka. 



CHEERLEADERS 




L. Paniczko, N. Slowikowski, J. Donnis, D. Ciszewski, C. Symanski, Mrs. Muller, K. Wilkes, C. Cahill, 
B. MaNnowski, C. Zerneri, D. Slowik. 



The Smith Academy cheerleaders, under the su- 
pervision of Mrs. Muller, cheered their team to 
another league leading season. The cheering 
team competed in a tournament at Frontier, and 
although they did not place, they made a very 
fine representation for the school. 




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BASEBALL 




ROW ONE: G. Mullins, K. Zerneri, D. Desmond, W. Skorup- 
ski, W. Olszewski, Coach Meyerhoefer, J. Wilkes, R. Pelis, 
P. Maciorowski, D. Paddock, ROW TWO: Raymond Panicz- 



ko, C. Yagodzinski, L. Prucnal, C. Sperry, V. Lisewski, T. 
Wickles, G. Burrington, R. Burrington, G."Vachula, B. Mali- 
nowski, M. Vachula, D. Jablonski, T. Wilkes. 



The Falcons, coached by Mr. Clyde Meyerhoefer, 
finished the season with a Hampshire League rec- 
ord of 7-9. William Olszewski acted as captain 
with Ray Paniczko and Tim Wilkes serving as 
managers. 

Although the team was unable to place itself on 
the upper half of the scale, each member always 



had a positive attitude and much determination 
to "remain in the ball game". 

The team will lose seven senior players; however, 
the prospects for next year still look encouraging. 

Tom Wickles was given a trophy for the "most 
valuable" player. 



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ROW ONE: B. Malinowski, L. Prucnal, R. Fitzgerald, C. Skorupski, P. Novak, ROW TWO: Mr. 
Meyerhoefer, G. Vachula, R. Wozniak, L. Kabat, J. Cantwell, J. Osley, Mr. Diwer. 



For the second consecutive year, the athletic club 
was formed, under the direction of Mr. Meyerhoef- 
er. Instead of introducing a new program, the 
boys tried to excell in the standard one. In this 
program, they handled the javelin, the shot put, 
and the discus. The boys also ran the 100 yard 



dash and performed the triple jump. This year, a 
student teacher, Mr. Divver, helped to instruct 
the club members and also served as a great in- 
spiration to the boys. He was a track member at 
the University of Massachusetts. 



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SCHOOL PICNIC 








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IV 



WASHINGTON TRIP 




The payoff. 



Where is "Pokaj Jasiu"? 




What a rough night 



wonder about 
you kids. 




Writing on the run!?? 






\i 



Carolyn? 




'What was that noise??" 



"Andy" 




'I can't take it!' 




The Inseparables. 



Sneaking out 
Carol? 



'Oh, the pain! 



WASHINGTON TRIP 



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•A.- ; <»#— 4^- -*». 



ROW 1: Carolyn Kuzontkoski, Patricia Jaworski, Judith Kugler 
Evelyn Gore, Marie Dzwil, Cynthia Symanski, Donnis Kostek 
Linda Maslanka, Sharon Boyle, Linda Burnickas, Laura Antosz 
Christine Zerneri, Barbara Puchalski, Diane Korza, Donna Sym 
anski, Donna Sikorski, ROW 2: Mark Vachula, Lawrence Pruc- 
nal, John Wilkes, Richard Sliwoski, Carol Osepowicz, Christine 




On Tuesday, April 18, thirty-six members of the 
senior class of '67 with Mr. Moczulewski and Mr. 
Rost, left Bradley Field for their long awaited trip 
to Washington. On this first day of the trip, they 
visited the Archives Building, the Marine Corps 
Memorial, and Arlington Cemetery. At the ceme- 
tery, the class was fortunate enough to see the 
changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Un- 
known. At night, they viewed the Lincoln and 
Jefferson Memorials, and they climbed the many 
stairs of the Washington Monument. 

Wednesday's visits included a stop at the Bureau 
of Imprinting and Engraving, the National Shrine 
of the Immaculate Conception (Lucy Johnson 
Nuggent was married here), and the Washington 
Cathedral. In the evening, a cruise was taken on 
the Potomac. 

Activities on Thursday included a tour of 
downtown Washington, a visit to the Capitol with a 
congressional appointment with Representative 
Silvio 0. Conte, a visit to Mount Vernon, and to the 
Washington National Zoo and the Smithsonian In- 
stitute. The evening was free. 

On Friday, the group departed for New York City. 
After checking in at the Hotel Taft, they had a tour 
of Uptown Manhattan, and attended a stage and 
a screen show at the Radio City Music Hall. This 
evening was also free. 

On Saturday morning, there was a tour of 
Downtown Manhattan, Chinatown, and a boat 
cruise to the Statue of Liberty. At 6:00 in the 
evening, the class and their chaperons started on 
their long trip home. The happy but fatigued se- 
niors arrived in Hatfield at 10:30. 



iwoski, Joan Kosakowski, Mr. Moczulewski, Mr. Rost, Andy the 
js driver, Deborah Pelc, Carol Kielbowicz, Harriet Belden, Wil- 
am Olszewski, Andrew Skorupski, Michael Adamites, ROW 3: 
ndrew Adamski, Richard Fitzgerald, John Yagodzinski, Bruce 
etsold, John Osley, Robert Pelis, William Skorupski, Peter No- 
ak. 



SENIOR BANQUET 





CLASS DAY 



9 t 




Thomas Wickles, Most Valuable Player- 
Baseball 



Hampshire League Trophy 



Class President addressing 
audience. 




Recipient of basketball letter 



John Wilkes, Most Valuable Player— Soccer 



That grin is only a cover-up 
for his nervousness. 




Winner of the Rensselaer Science Award. 



Recipient of the Betty Crocker Homemaker 
Award! 



GRADUATION NIGHT 





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GRADUATION AWARDS 



Pro Merito Pins Harriet Belden, Daniel Desmond, Carolyn Kuzontkoski, 

Linda Maslanka, Carol Osepowicz, Rosemary Pease, 

Deborah Pelc, Robert Pelis, Andrew Skorupski, 

Christine Sliwoski, Richard Sliwoski, Mark Vachula, 

Ronald Wozniak, John Yagodzinski, Christine Zerneri 

American Legion Award, Oratory Medal, U.S. Savings Bond, 

Dr. Bonneville Memorial Plaque Bruce Malinowski 

Hatfield Book Club Annual Literary Award Sharon Boyle 

D.A.R. Good Citizen Award Harriet Belden 

Josten Medallion Awards: 

Valedictorian Richard Sliwoski 

Salutatorian Carolyn Kuzontkoski 

Third Honors Daniel Desmond 

Girls' and Boys' Activities Carol Osepowicz, Lawrence Prucnal 

Harriet Belden, Robert Pelis 

Linda Burnickas 

Christine Zerneri 

Mark Vachula 

Linda Burnickas, Robert Pelis 

Carol Osepowicz 

Harriet Belden 

Robert Pelis 



Girls' and Boys' Athletics 

Journalism 

All-Around Student 
Bausch and Lomb Honorary Science Award 
Danforth Leadhership Awards 
Lions Club Award for further education 
Woman's Endeavor Society Award 
M. Larkin Proulx Award 
Woman's Club of the Holy Trinity Catholic Church Award to the top 

commercial student Andrew Skorupski 

Suzanne M. Novak Memorial Award for proficiency and progress in 

English with the intention of teaching Harriet Belden 

Parent-Teachers Council Award for proficiency and progress in 

the study of history and government Carolyn Kuzontkoski 

Richard Sliwoski 
Hatfield Teachers Club Award Harriet Belden, Linda Burnickas 

Reader's Digest Award Richard Sliwoski 

Hatfield Jr. Drum Corps Award for proficiency and progress in 

languages Linda Burnickas, 

Daniel Desmond 
Patricia Zembiski Memorial Award for further education 

in a nursing or teaching career Linda Maslanka 



PATRONS 

® i 

^5 Plantation Valley Homes, Inc. ^^ 

^£ John and Helen Besko >3 

X^ Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Vanasse 0< 

C< Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kostek g2 

£^ Mr. and Mrs. William Symanski ^-^ 

Ej$ Dr. and Mrs. Robert C. Byrne £X 

£X Rev. William F. Breen >0 



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Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kugler, Sr. 


* 


Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hatin 


•& 


■* 


Mr. and Mrs. John Cantwell 




#• 


A friend 


#• 


Mr. and Mrs. Edward Potyrala 


* 


•fc 


Mr. and Mrs. Frank Godek 


* 


Mrs. Patrick Mullins 


* 


Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Malinowski, Jr. 


* 


* 


Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Symanski 


* 

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#• 


Mr. and Mrs. Thaddeus Kabat 


X 
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••••*••••*•* *•••*•***••*••*•*•**•**•*********•****•**••*•*•*•**•*• *********** 



Mr. Chester Szawlowski 

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Meyerhoefer 

Gene and Barb 

Mrs. Evelyn Belden 

Mr. and Mrs. William Burke 

Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Siemionko 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baceski 

Mr. and Mrs. William Dzwil 

A friend 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pickett 

Jiggs and Betty 

Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wilkes 

Mr. and Mrs. John Faszcza 

Mr. and Mrs. Zgrodnik 

Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Prew 

Mr. and Mrs. John Osley, Jr. 

Mrs. Marcia W. Bradley 

A friend 

A friend 

Mr. and Mrs. George Omasta 

Mrs. Samuel Osley 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cahill 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ziezulewicz 
Mr. and Mrs. Americo Zerneri 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Powers 
Mr. and Mrs. John Appleton 
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Strong 
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Baceski 

A friend 
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Skoczylas 
Tucket Proulx 
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Partenheimer 
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Sikorski 
Mr. and Mrs. James Mullins 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Donnis 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Knowlton 
A friend 
A friend 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Omasta 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Santoni 
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Pease 
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur J. Sperry 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Skorupski 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bokina 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Duga 
Mr. and Mrs. Giles Desmond 



A friend 
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Bruscoe 

Judith A. Buckman 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Maslanka 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dwight 
Mr. and Mrs. William Boyle 

A friend 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Petcen 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kovalski 

Raymond Balise 

Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Boyle 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis Vollinger 

The Greenough's 

Martin D. J. Wilkes 

Mr. and Mrs. John Shea 

A friend 

A friend 

Mr. and Mrs. William Olszewski 

Mrs. Albert Vachula 

Dr. and Mrs. Francis Millette 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rogaleski 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yarrows 

Lena P. Fitzgerald 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kosakowski 

Mr. and Mrs. John Pelc 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hebert 

A friend 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pergant 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zehelski 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Labbee 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Abbott 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thayer 

Miss Nell Korza 

Mr. and Mrs. Roger Korza 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Romance 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Stoddard 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Symanski, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Symanski 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis Lisewski 

A friend 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Molloy 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Stevens 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Majewski 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zembiski 

Mr. and Mrs. William Betsold 

Mr. Henry Betsold 



MMHHMM* ****#****♦*#**¥****¥* ************»*4M^¥**************** ****************** 



79 



Wm. G. Arnold, D.M.D. 



E. Robert Grossman, O.D. 



Dr. Philip E. Koski 



Dr. Henry J. Philie, Jr., D.M.D. 




Excavating— Heavy Trucking 
Bulldozing Equipment Rentals 



OSLEY 

CONSTRUCTION 

COMPANY 



P.O. Box 101 

West Street 

West Hatfield, Mass. 

247-2401 



CONNECTICUT RIVER 
STOCK FARM 


J. J 


. NEWBERRY'S 

175 Main Street 






Northampton, Mass. 


Home of 












Adios Forever 
Jack Flanagan 


2:03 
2:01 




SERIO'S 


Kent Hanover 


2:03 






y / f\ M-M-M! ) 
\ gT-\ BAKERY- 

( m ;-..f r fresh 

! IMPERIAL BAKERY 

Pleasant Street 
! Northampton 


COHEN BROTHERS 

116 Main Street 
Northampton, Mass. 


A-Z EMPLOYMENT 

AND 

REAL ESTATE 

AGENCY 

100 Main Street 

Northampton 

584-1987 


SHERMAN 








JEWELERS 




CALVIN THEATER 




164 Main Street 

Northampton, Mass. 

"Jewelry for 

the students" 




King Street 

Northampton 

"The best movies 

for less." 


FOSTER FARRAR CO. 

162 Main Street 
Northampton, Mass. 


free engraving 








free soldering 









KEYES FLOWER SHOP 

9 North Maple Street 
Florence 
584-9595 


FLORENCE BEAUTY 
CENTER 

Maple Street 

Florence 

One way to Beauty 

Coiffures 


srf?U70&: 


Beautiful Clothes 

80 Green Street 

Northampton, Mass. 


HIGHWAY GARAGE 

Complete trucking and 

automotive repair 

service 

North Hatfield, Mass. 

247-5721 


BIZZ'S MARKET 

45 Market Street 
Northampton, Mass. 


SPORTSMAN'S 
MOTEL 

"Four miles north of 

Northampton" 

Route 5&10 West Hatfield 

247-2771 


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*I* *I* *T* *T* *^ *J^ *i^ *T^ ^^ *^ *^ *T* •* 

*'. ' * 

* * 

* * 

v The ads on these two pages, 104 and «?£• 
105, unintentionally were omitted in last <%. 
** year's edition. The omitted ads are there- a/ 
*» fore printed in the 1967 edition of The *, 
w Echo. „ 

* * 


Sales— Service— Parts 

Volkswagen 

"Your key to quality and 

economy!" 

Trades Welcomed 

Immediate Financing 

Quality Used Cars 

NORTHAMPTON 
MOTORS, INC. 

246 King Street, Northampton 

584-8620 

"Guaranteed Quality in the 

Volkswagen tradition" 



LAPIENSKI'S 


GARAGE 


Linseed Road 


West Hatfield, Mass. tel. 247-5238 


Compliments 




i of 


FLORENCE TEXACO SERVICE, 


MULTICOLOR CORPORATION 


Inc. 


Florence, Mass. 


68 Main Street Florence 


Manufacturers of 


584-8060 


! Style— Texwall coverings 




"Congratulations 


MISS FLORENCE DINER 


■ to 

The Class of 1967" 

Sportsmans & Sophia Smith 
Motels 


AND 
ALEXANDERS' RESTAURANT 

99 Main Street 
Florence, Mass. 


West Hatfield, Massachusetts 


"We Specialize in Catering" 


AeAco\ 


K & L SERVICE [VV ] 


Prospect Street \ ^P ^L / 


Hatfield, Massachusetts ^^^^ ^KS 


CARL ^"^AL 


247-5057 







T O 


B 


A-± »r CONCRETE 




K 
O 

S 

INC. 


— CINDbK ^■^ ^^ ■ ^ ^^ ■ * *™ ■ ™ 
NORLITE i i i i •. 

pumice Masonry Unifs 




239 Nonotuck Street Florence, Mass. JU 4 ."" 




MASONS SUPPLIES AND TOOLS 


Telephone CH 7-3301 

EDWARD L. MALINOWSKI 

Mason Contractors 
West Street North Hatfield, Mass. 



NORTHAMPTON 
FROZEN FOOD LOCKER CO. 

29 Hawley Street 

Northampton, Mass. 

584-2618 


ROSE'S DELICATESSEN 

154 King Street 

Northampton, Mass. 

POLISH & ITALIAN 

Pierogi FOODS LaSagne 

Golompki Spaghetti 

orders to take out 
open 6AM-11PM 584-2302 


MURDUFF'S 
JEWELRY STORE 

watches— watch repairs— jewelry 

wedding and shower gifts 

139 Main St. 

Florence, Mass. 


BASILE TV 

& 

MUSIC SHOP 

29 Main Street 
Northampton 


MORIARTY 
FURNITURE 

Market Street 
Northampton 


*3u"tj/ FLOWER SHOP 

E. J. FLEURY, PROP. 

68 Green Street 
Northampton, Mass. 


FENTON CLEANERS 

25 King Street 
Northampton 
Massachusetts 


DWYER FLORISTS 

"FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS" 

TELEGRAPHED ANYWHERE 

IN THE WORLD 

tel. 

584-3784 (^ ^rS 


Compliments 
of 

REATA HI BURG 

Now Featuring Automatic Tel-trays 

King Street 

Northampton, Mass. 


TED'S BOOT SHOP 

158 Main Street 

Northampton, Mass. 

"Fashion and fit at the friendly shoe store" 



LES SHAW'S 
PILGRIM HOUSE 

ROUTE 5 & 10 

WEST HATFIELD, MASS. 

247-5784 



LAUREL PARK SERVICE 
CENTER 

Phil Scott— Dealer 
Complete ^^ General 

Mobile /^H^^^^ Repairs 

Service 




MALONEY'S BAKERY 

440 Pleasant Street 
Northampton 



GOULD FURNITURE 
COMPANY 




137 King Street 
Northampton, Mass. 



THE 

RUSSELL'S 

SANDWICH SHOP 



'!,>;..„_ /$/.;>>, 




ROUTE 5 & 10 




CZELUSNIAK FUNERAL HOMES 




LASALLE FLORIST 

Whatley, Mass. 

Route 5 & 10 

584-0973 

Flowers say everything better" 



RHEA FUEL 
CORPORATION 



Whalen's Service Station 
300 King Street Northampton 



LABBEE'S SERVICE STATION 




ACME AUTO BODY 

and 

WHEEL ALIGNMENT, INC. 



220 King Street 
Northampton, Mass. 




B & L ATLANTIC SERVICE 

506 Pleasant Street 

Northampton, Mass 01060 



'The name to remember 
is Menswear" 

NELSON'S 

14 Center Street 
Northampton, Mass. 



KING & CUSHMAN, INC. 

Insurance 

24 Center Street 

Northampton, Mass. 

584-5610 



Compliments 
of 

Dr. Edward J. Kelly 

16 Center Street 
Northampton, Mass. 



Imperial Bakery 

376 Pleasant Street 
Northampton, Mass. 



Groceries 
Vegetables 
Beer & Wine 

HATFIELD MARKET 

Myron J. Sikorski Proprietor 
Prospect Street, Hatfield 



Best Wishes to the Class 
of 1967 

JACK AND HARRY'S 



HARUBIN'S SERVICE STATION 

West Street 

AT 
North Hatfield YOUR Ul 

247-5140 SERVICE 

General Repairs 




GAGNON'S 




GARAGE, INC. 


FRONTIER LUMBER COMPANY 


Depot Avenue Florence, Mass. 


"Everything for the builder and the home owner" 




Elm Street Hatfield 




247-2781 


COOPER'S 




DAIRY, INC. 




%3L& Main Street 




""^-J'i Florence 


SUBURBAN LINOLEUM 




COMPANY 






63V 2 Maple Street 


CLIFF ALLEN 


Florence Mass. 
584-4890 


COLLEGE CLOTHIER 


"We specialize in all types 


Amherst, Mass. 


of flooring and carpeting" 




DIDONNA'S 




CLEANERS 


HADLEY MOTOR SALES 


Quality Cleaning 


used cars 


79 Hawley Street Northampton, Mass. 


Chester Kulikowski 


584-0323 


Russell Street 




Hadley, Massachusetts 






FRAN'S 




BEAUTY SALON 

Main Street 






Hatfield, Mass. 247-5150 


Compliments 
of 






Wellworth Pharmacy 

23 North Pleasant St. 


COVENTRY'S 


! Amherst, Mass. 


MOTOR COURT 




Hatfield, Mass. 




AQUA VITAE 

RESTAURANT & 

MOTEL 

Hadley, Massachusetts 



Edward J. Wickles 

Builder & Developer 

of 

Colonial Acres 

Hatfield 



John T. Martula 

245 Russell St. 
Hadley, Mass. 



WEST HATFIELD 
MOWER SERVICE 



West Street 
247-5112 



HADLEY GARDEN CENTER 

route 9 • Russell St • Hadley 

Edward J. Machno 

B.S., M.S. 

Horticulturist 

Shrubbery seed 

fertilizer insecticides 



Compliments 
of 

Hatfield 
Beef Company 



Maslanka Bros. 

Potatoes 

"eat more potatoes" 

Hatfield 



THE HIGHWAY CLUB 

Route 5 & 10 
West Hatfield, Mass. 



serving complete meals 



entertainment every 
night 
Closed Tuesdays 




TOBACCO SHED 

DANCING A-GO-GO 
Route 5 & 10 Whately, Mass. 


Lamplighter X^^s^^X 


Best Wishes to the 

Class of 1967 

from 

Bidwell Travel Service, Inc. 

Northampton 584-3485 


Steak House 

Whately, Mass. 


HOUSE OF WALSH 

Amherst 

Massachusetts 

Outfitters to 

College Men and Women 


TOM'S GRINDER STAND 

Long Steamed Dogs 
Route 5 & 10 Whately, Mass. 


LOUIS KANDZ 

"Eat More Patotoes" 

CHICK-A-DEE CHIPS 

AREN'T THEY GREAT! 


THE 
GRAVES & FOUR 
RESTAURANT CORNERS 
CLUB 


AM W.H.M.P. F.M. 

1400 99.3 
Music— News— Sports 


MARCOULLIER BROS. 
LUMBER COMPANY 

44 Broad Street 
Westfield, Mass. 
Phone-562-3675 


Compliments 
of 

Cedar Chest, Inc. 

117 Main Street 
Northampton, Mass. \ 
584-3860 



PADDOCK'S 


ONE WAY TO BEAUTY 




j CLEANERS AND 
TAILORS 

"Suits made to order" 

7 North Main Street 

Florence, Mass. 


Coiffures by 

Helen Omasta's 
Florence Beauty Centre 

63 Maple St. 

Florence, Mass. 

tel. open 

584-3169 Wed. & Fri. Eve 


West Clothing Center 

11 North Maple Street 

Florence 

"Clothing and Shoes 

For the Entire Family" 

Western Wear 


SaMmg 


Graves Equipment, Inc. 


I the 


"International Construction Equipment" 


graduating 


306 King Street 


class of '67 


Northampton, Mass. 


Cahill & Hodges 




Northampton Menswear 




BUCHHOLZ RAMBLER CO. 




141 King Street 




Northampton 


PLUMB AUTO SUPPLY 


Rambler 

World Standard of Compact Car Excellence 


242 King Street 


Northampton, Mass. 


World Standard of Compact Car Excellence 






THE 






TELEVISION SHOP 


Compliments 
of 

THE MAD HATTER 

9 North Maple St. 


PURSEGLOVES 

15 State Street 
Northampton 




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22 Masonic Street 


Florence, Mass. 




584-3535 






Northampton 






Pioneer Valley Travel Inc. 

88 KING STREET • 
NORTHAMPTON, MASSACHUSETTS 01060 
(413) 586-1366 OR 736-6422 



'ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW 



ANN AUGUST 



Northampton Plumbing Supply 
Co., Inc. 

Plumbing Water System 

Heating Electrical Supplies 

Hardware 
Northampton, Mass. 

584-4250 



BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '67 

AG WAY, INC. 



Retail Store 



Agway 



King Street 
BEE LINE 
ROUTE 5 



Northampton 

SUPPLY CENTER 
WEST HATFIELD, MASS. 



SID WOLFRAM 



SAND-LOAM-GRAVEL 



HEAVY HAULING 



BULLDOZING 



HATFIELD, MASS. 
Tel. 7-5711 



J. W. PARSONS & 
SONS, INC. 

Industrial & Farm Tractors & Machines 
Pa rts— Service— Sa les 




Bridge Street West Hatfield 

247-2141 



Compliments 
of 

One Hour Martinizing 

193 Main Street 
Northampton 



KEYS 
FLOWER SHOP 

29 Keyes Street 
Florence 
584-9595 




CHRISTENSON 
Paint & Wallpaper Supply 

Benjamin Moore Paint 
76 Maple Street 
Florence, Mass. 



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HOTEL NORTHAMPTON 

WIGGINS TAVERN 



"Best Wishes to the Class of '67" 

THE TRIPOD CAMERA SHOP 



MERT ALDEN 
Amherst 




AL MULLER 
Northampton 



TOW. SW. KAZIMIERZA 



GR. 1965 ZNP 



HATFIELD, MASS. 



'Congratulations to the Class of '67' 
from 



POMEROY 
LUMBER COMPANY 



MORRISON OPTICIAN 



135 Main Street 584-4450 

Northampton, Massachusetts 



Quality Lumber and Building Materials 
Depot Road North Hatfield, Mass. 





KOLLMORGEN CORPORATION 




347 King Street 




Northampton Mass. 


Compliments 




of 




PIONEER BOWLING 


COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 


CENTER 


&¥ Wherever 




mvs you're 




Mk^\ Soing. of 

yVyf f\ Northampton 


"Best Wishes to the Class of '67" 




from 

Carl and Phyllis Kuzontkoski 


LABBEE CHEVROLET, INC. 




Sales & Service 


G. A. FINCH & SONS 


200 North King Street 


INSURANCE AGENCY 


Northampton, Massachusetts 


ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE 




and REAL ESTATE 




63 MAIN STREET FLORENCE 









j^OKD, make we on mstrament cf ( ^>ax'^ace 

Where there is h&veb, let me scat loie> 

ODhere there is xdspx^ favbon; 

IDhere there is ooiibt, faith; 

Where there is oespoir, hope; 

Where there is 6orkness, light; 

Where there is saoness, \c%. 

O Dwm. fflUr. d rant fe* I ma S <«k 
not so raach to oe consoles as to console? to be 
anoerstooo as to anoerstano; to te loveo as to 
low; for it is in o,iunn$ that me receive-, it is 
ia paroontn^ that toe are parooneo, anb |t is 
in oprjg that me are horn b ^ertidMfeM^tieri, 



' "US LADY OF THE SNOWS, Belleville, 



GEORGE F. REYNOLDS 
FUNERAL HOME 



MacDONALD'S 
SHOE SHOP 

179 Main Street 
Northampton, Mass. 



FAUXPAS 
CRAFT GUILD 

Leather Design 

Jewelry 
Exciting Clothing 



48 Green St. 



Northampton 



Compliments 
of 

BIZZ'S MARKET 

45 Market Street 
Northampton, Mass. 



SHERMAN JEWELERS 

164 Main Street 
Northampton, Mass. 




WALTER E. DENNY 

OPTICIAN 

4 Crafts Avenue 

Northampton, Mass. 



MUNSON AUTO 
SUPPLY 

Pleasant Street 
Northampton 




| JOHN F. O'CONNELL 

FUNERAL HOME 

9 King Street 

Northampton, Mass. 

tel. 584-3732 



99 



YOUR 

Insurance 

"SERVES 




GENERAL INSURANCE 



dependent LIFE insurance 

ArCMT MUTUAL FUNDS 

AUtNl REAL ESTATE 



FIRST' 

NAIA 



ROGALESKI INSURANCE 
AGENCY 



8 MAPLE STREET 



HATFIELD, MASS. 



247-3411 




NORTHAMPTON 
MASSACHUSETTS 



DAILY HAMPSHIRE GAZETTE 



Armory 
Street 



Established 



1786 




for men of today and tomorrow 



darnel*^ 



menswear 

16-18 main street 



boy swear 
northampton 



584-8661 



ALBERT OMASTA 

Building and Remodeling 

North Street Hatfield, Mass. 

247-2372 


PLEASANT MARKET, INC. 

"Groceries and Meats at their best" 

Main Street 
Northampton, Massachusetts 


NORTHAMPTON SHELL SERVICE 

176 King Street 

Northampton, Mass. 

584-9622 Robert Hurfurth 


Estate 
Liquidation 
Our Specialty 

Auction Gallery of Pioneer Valley, Inc. 

54 Main Street Hatfield, Mass. 
Area Code 413 247-5022 


Compliments of 

Jan'ry Hair Stylists 

92 King Street 
Northampton, Massachusetts 


H. L. CHILDS AND SONS 

Printing and Paper-hanging Contractors 

25 State Street 

Northampton 584-2604 


THE QUILL BOOK SHOP 

100 Green Street 
Northampton 


Compliments 
of the 

SCHOOL COMMITTEE 


BLYDA FORD SALES 

171 King Street 

Northampton, Mass. 

584-2400 

FORD FALCON FAIRLANE 

THUNDERBIRD MUSTANG 



STEWARTS 

Priceless Young Fashions 

C II T SL 

Northampton New York 


BEST WISHES to the Class of '67 

Northampton Lumber Co., Inc. 

256 Pleasant Street 
Northampton, Mass. 


Fine Luggage and Leather Goods at 

HARLOW LUGGAGE STORE 

18 Center Street 
Northampton 


CALVIN THEATRE 

Northampton, Mass. 

THE BEST ATTRACTIONS FOR LESS . . . 

Continuous Showings From 1:30 pm 


HATFIELD BEVERAGES 

Prospect Street 
Hatfield, Massachusetts 01038 


ZENAN J. BARSH 

Dwight Street Hatfield 
247-5257 Mass. 


LIZOTTE'S 

TOBACCO SHOP 

76 Main Street 

584-2812 

Northampton, Massachusetts 


1. E. FINE, INC. 

THE ARMY AND NAVY SHOP 

36 Main Street 

Northampton Mass. 


Compliments 

J. J. NEWBERRY CO. 

Dept. Store 

Northampton, Massachusetts 



HAMPSHIRE MOTOR SALES INC. 



Lincoln Continental 
Comet and Cougar 
Mercury 



208 King Street 
Northampton 



Sports and 
foreign cars 



BBS 

Buy from the man who 

knows typewriters 

Smith-Corona 

Typewriters 

THE 

TYPEWRITER 

SHOP INC. 

84 Pleasant St. Northampton 



J. A. M. 

TELEVISION SERVICE 

Exclusive Emerson Color 

Black and White 

247-5512 

Route 5 N. Hatfield 



Dr. Downhill 



North King Street 
Northampton, Mass. 



Repairing • Re finishing • Lettering 
Front End Alignment • Wheel Balancing 




LABBEE 

A UTO BOD Y 



Linseed Road, West Hatfield 

Jim Labbee, Proprietor 

247-5109 



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COMPLIMENTS 
of 


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HATFIELD 








POLICE ASSOCIATION 


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AHEARN FUNERAL HOME 


Beautiful Clothes 






80 Green Street 






Northampton 




ESTABLISHED 
1890 


PATRONIZE 






THE ADVERTISERS 

OF THE '67 ECHO 




2 Pomeray Terrace 
Northampton, Massachusetts 



Best Wishes 
to the class of '67' 



HOLY TRINITY 
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH 




Hatfield, Mass. 



Compliments 
of 

Wood & Strand Inc. 

Jewelers 

Across From the City Hall 

Northampton, Mass. 



CARLSON'S 

The Store for Men and Boys 
Northampton 



House of Billiards 

33 Main Street 

Northampton, Massachusetts 

"The Family Billiard Center" 

Ladies Cordially Invited 



AUTHORIZED 
Sales— Service— Parts 



VOLKSWAGEN 



Northampton Motors, Inc. 

246 King Street 
584-8620 



STUDENT TEACHERS 




'Aw, come on!" 



"How can I get 
out of here?" 



"I've had it!' 




Fingers were made before forks. 



106 



The Hostess hostess. 



CANDIDS 




'Pst, hey, Martha! 



'Here's to my health. 






The gang 


scene. 


TiA 


"■■;■/ -"..\ 


• 1 


ft 


4 




At it again, J.O.? 




Alcatraz line-up. 



Heads up! 



CANDIDS 




"Are you Kidding?" 



Dance away. 




'Caught! 



Forward March! 



J.O., a teacher?? 



World News— 1966 



1. Communists Take A Walk- On October 12th, Soviet Bloc 
UN delegates took their customary "walk" as Nationalist China 
Ambassador, Liu Chieh, addressed the General Assembly. 

2. First Lady Listens— Mrs. Ferdinand Marcos, First Lady of 
the Philippines, listens to her husband, President Marcos, ad- 
dress the UN General Assembly during a state visit in Sep- 
tember. 

3. Secretary Seeks Facts— During a fact-finding mission to Viet 
Nam on October 10th, Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara 
confers with U.S. Commander, Gen. Wm. Westmoreland. It 
was McNamara's eighth visit to Viet Nam. 

4. United Nations Chief Stays On— Secretary General U Thant 
tells a news conference in September that he wishes to step 
down, but will continue until a successor is found. Later, on 
December 2nd, he agreed to another five-year term. 



5. Goldberg Discusses Viet Nam— Following a long conferenc 
with President Johnson in September, Arthur Goldberg, U.S 
Ambassador to the United Nations, discussed prospects fo 
a Viet Nam settlement and said, "the door is open and wi 
see no evidence it has been closed." 

6. Jet Comes Home— A Phantom F4B glides onto a carrier decl 
in the South China Sea after a mission over North Viet Narr 

7. Happy Filipinos— This flag-waving group of Filipinos greete( 
President Lyndon Johnson on October 23rd as he arrived theri 
for a Seven Nation Summit Conference. 

8. Guest of Russians— During a December reception at th 
Soviet Embassy in Paris, French President Charles DeGaull 
chats with Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin who was visitini 
France. 




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9. Welsh Disaster— On October 21st, the world was sorrowed 
to learn that a huge coal slag heap at Aberfan, Wales, had 
come crashing down on some homes and the Pantglas Junior 
School. Nearly 200— mostly children— died in the disaster. 

10. Russians Say No— On November 4th, Nikolai T. Federenko, 
Soviet Ambassador to the UN, casts the 104th Russian veto 
in the 21 year history of the Security Council. 

11. Anniversary Ceremony— In October, this photo was moni- 
tored in Tokyo of young Chinese people celebrating the 17th 
anniversary of Communist rule of the Chinese mainland. 

12. Erhard Loses— With bowed head, Ludwig Erhard contem- 
plates the many problems faced by his West German govern- 
ment. In late November, Kurt Georg Kiesinger successfully 
formed a new coalition government and became Chancellor.